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What kind of rain cover this photographer is using?

I couldn't find anything similar on B&H and Adorama.

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    something from his kitchen? – Michael Nielsen Feb 15 '13 at 13:05
  • I don't think so, it looks like that is something tightly fitted around the camera... – Omne Feb 15 '13 at 16:34
  • You can do a lot with Gorilla Tape and large size Zip-lock freezer bags. – Phil Feb 15 '13 at 17:22
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SNOWY STREET STYLE AT NEW YORK FASHION WEEK: OUTSIDE RAG & BONE

None of the photographers appear to be the same, but this is the event where your photo came from, and the general style of cover looks the same. Just perhaps more tightly wrapped in later photos. Maybe not..
Somebody may well have been selling them on the spot - which would account for the similarities.
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It appears to be a cheap plastic rain cover that can be purchased over sites like ebay or amazon. You have to search for the terms camera rain cover. These are cheap ones though they only stop rain to a certain amount.

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    It's a shame they don't include a Canon DSLR with their $10 rain cover, but at least they make this point clear in the image. – Matt Grum Feb 15 '13 at 14:53
  • But it looks like that is something tightly fitted around the camera... – Omne Feb 15 '13 at 16:34
  • @MattGrum The camera (body) is obviously not included, but it doesn't say anything about the lens, so buy the rain cover and get the lens. Supply the body yourself. – a CVn Oct 4 '16 at 14:05
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It's called a Rain Sleeve. They're about $6.

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